<– Look there. Do you see the ad under ‘Adverts’ on the side bar? Click it! Please? Pretty please? Pweetty pweety please? You see, I get paid RM0.50 for every click, and will receive my payment as soon as I reach RM100. So can you click it? How does it benefit you? Well, when I get paid, I’ll be sure to belanja (pay for) you’re next Kon Lao Mee meal with me? All for just a measly click! Deal? Good, now click away! (Be sure to tell others to click as well! ^^) At only age 6, cute little Connie Talbot has taken the world by storm. Image taken from news.com.au When she first appeared on stage at UK’s Britain’s Got Talent TV show last week, you could tell the judges were thinking that it was a joke. What could a 6-year old little girl have that could leave the world in awe? An innocent smile, cute little voice, and two front teeth missing, as soon as Connie opened her mouth to sing, viewers knew that this girl wasn’t just a joke. Singing ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’, Connie had a standing ovation, and sent tears rolling down people’s eyes, even one of the judges.
It sent goosebumps down my spine just listening to it on youtube.
From the moment she sang her first line of the song, everyone knew she would be back, in the running for the number one spot in UK’s Britain’s Got Talent; whereby the winner gets to perform in the Royal Variety Performance for her grand highness the Queen of England.
Months ago, I was awed by watching Bianca Ryan, an 11 year-old girl who went all the way and won America’s Got Talent.
Image taken from the-trades.com.au
Today, I stand corrected.
Music mogul Simon Cowell was so impressed by Connie’s performance, that he preliminarily agreed to sign her up to a seven-figure deal with his own record label, Sony BMG.
With some scouting I found out that Connie has never had any formal singing lessons. Instead, she has had to hone her skills on an $80 karaoke machine at home.
Now that is raw talent.